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Thorough-bass accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen

George J. Buelow

Thorough-bass accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen

by George J. Buelow

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Continuo

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 295-303.

    Statementby George J. Buelow.
    ContributionsHeinichen, Johann David, 1683-1729.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMT49 .B84
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 316 p.
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5942153M
    LC Control Number65012891

    Johann David Heinichen accompaniment accompanist according addition anticipated appears applied appoggiatura Arnold augmented avoid Bach Baroque base bass note basso century chapter chord common composers composition cont continuo diminished dissonances doubling example fifth figures firth four fourth full-voiced fundamental Gasparini. George J. Buelow is the author of A History of Baroque Music ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Late Baroque ( avg rating, /5.

    Heinichen, Johann David, Der General-Bass in der Composition (Dresden: [author], ). Partial translation by G.J. Buelow in Thorough-Bass Accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen (Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, 2/). MTB84File Size: 86KB. Book/Printed Material Image 11 of The art of playing thorough bass with correctness according to the true principles of composition, fully explained by a great variety of examples in various stiles, to which are added by way of suppliment [sic] six lessons of accompaniment. For the particular practice and improvement of the studious.

    Library of Congress. Search.   In note 5 on p. , the reference on line 4 should be to the St. John Passion.) Heinichen's circle does in fact appear as figure on page 46 of Chafe's Monteverdi book, in which it serves as a preview of coming attractions in the discussion of .


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Johann David Heinichen () was a distinguished composer, a contemporary of Johann Sebastian Bach, and Cappellmeister at the court of August I in Dresden. His tratise, Der General-Bass in der Composition, is one of the most comprehensive sources for the late Baroque practice of figured-bass, or thorough-bass, by: Thorough-Bass Accompaniment According to Johann David Heinichen by Buelow, George J.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Johann David Heinichen (17 April – 16 July ) was a German Baroque composer and music theorist who brought the musical genius of Venice to the court of Augustus II the Strong in he died, Heinichen's music attracted little attention for many years.

George J. Buelow. Thorough-Bass Accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen. Revised Edition. Studies in Musicology, Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, xviii, p. As we can see from his title, the subject of Professor Thorough-bass accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen book book is the particular style of thorough-bass accompaniment that was set down.

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Thorough-bass accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen (Studies in musicology)5/5(1). Get this from a library. Thorough-bass accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen. [George J Buelow; Johann David Heinichen].

Thorough-bass accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen. Berkeley, University of California Press [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Johann David Heinichen; Johann David Heinichen: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George J Buelow; Johann David Heinichen.

Thorough-bass accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen by George J. Buelow; 6 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Continuo, Thorough bass. Johann David Heinichen () was a distinguished composer, a contemporary of Johann Sebastian Bach, and Cappellmeister at the court of August I in Dresden.

His tratise, Der General-Bass in der Composition, is one of the most comprehensive sources for the late Baroque practice of figured-bass, or thorough-bass, accompaniment. Johann David Heinichen's () tratise, Der General-Bass in der Composition, is one of the most comprehensive sources for the late Baroque practice of figured-bass, or thorough-bass, accompaniment.

This title makes Heinichen's famous treatise accessible for contemporary scholars and performers. The only means by which one could encounter these sources in English has thus far been George Buelow s Thorough-Bass Accompaniment According to Johann David Heinichen.

This commentary and compilation incorporated excerpts of Heinichen s treatise, Neu erfundene und Gr ndliche Anweisung zu vollkommener Erlernung des General-Basses, and.

Thorough-Bass Accompaniment according to Johann David Hein-ichen is a valuable study of a significant treatise on thorough-bass of the late Baroque.

Although Arnold had earlier made available large portions of Heinichen's text and examples, Bue-low has provided for the first time a comprehensive view of the theorist's ideas. The Art of Accompaniment from a Thorough-Bass as a most excellent source of information regarding 17th-and 18th-century music.

Bach himself is known to have kept a copy of the music theory book Thorough-Bass Accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen in his personal li-brary, which is also a useful resource on this topic.

Fi-File Size: KB. To suggest that Johann David Heinichen's music and theoretical writings have been under-explored would be an understatement. Heinichen and his music has surely suffered the same fate as many of his contemporaries in being overshadowed by the 19 th century preoccupation with Johann Sebastian Bach!, yet his works are masterpieces according to the rules of composition.

Thorough-Bass Accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen. Revised edition. Lincoln, Neb., and London: University of Nebraska Press, xvii, pp. ISBN (pa) In this volume and elsewhere, George J.

Buelow has contributed a great deal to our understanding of German baroque theory and practice; he has been particu­. Yet selections from the latter have long been available to English-speaking readers in the partial translation and study by George Buelow (Thorough-Bass Accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen (rev.

edn., Ann Arbor, )). Buelow noted that the later version comprises some three and a half times the number of pages of the original (p Author: David Schulenberg. Yet selections from the latter have long been available to English-speaking readers in the partial translation and study by George Buelow (Thorough-Bass Author: David Schulenberg.

Johann David Heinichen (Composer) Born: Ap - Krössuln [Crösslin], Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Died: J - Dresden, Saxony, Germany Johann David Heinichen was a German Baroque composer and music theorist who brought the musical genius of Venice to the court of Augustus the Strong in gh Heinichen's music is original, rhythmically.

Buelow, Thorough bass accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen (Berkeley, ), p) Georg Muffat (who studied with Pasquini and whose Regulae are available in facsimile with a useful introduction in English by Stefano Lorenzetti (Bologna and Rome, )) and Handel also surely deserve : Christopher Stembridge.

Thorough-Bass Accompaniment According to Johann David Heinichen. George Buelow. Out of Stock. By F. T. Arnold.

Book. A solid grounding in musical techniques of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries is essential to a complete understanding of Baroque music.

As scholar Denis Stevens says in his introduction to this work, "Full enjoyment will come only when the soloist learns the gentle art of tasteful embellishment of a melodic line, andCategory: Textbook-General.Heinichen, Johann David, Der General-Bass in der Composition (Dresden: [author], ).

Partial translation by G.J. Buelow in Thorough-Bass Accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen (Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, 2/). MTB84File Size: KB.Dissonances in Seventeenth-Century Thorough-bass Accompaniment Roland Jackson Accompaniment according to Johann David Heinichen (Ann Arbor, 2/), the Duplicating of Solo Dissonances in Seventeenth-Century Thorough-bass .